Examples of unanimity in a Sentence
in a rare moment of unanimity the club members decided to throw a party for themselves
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For this listener, Francis’ tempi are almost always a little too fast, sometimes nearly breathless, but the end result of his unanimity with his orchestra is, in a word, marvelous.
Whether the same unanimity exists over North Korea is extremely doubtful.
Macron has suggested, like Merkel, solutions by willing countries to make progress now since unanimity among the 28 member states will be difficult.
But over the past year a different type of political activism has shattered the unanimity normally seen among demonstrators, said longtime Portland resident Jon Baldivieso.
John Kirton, the head of G-7 research group at the University of Toronto, said this marks the first time in G-7 history that there was no unanimity on a communiqué.
Buoying Trudeau's tone change is near-unanimity in Canada about the tariffs.
An Urdu poet once called partition a birthday party for anonymous and a funeral for unanimity.
There will be no unanimity, though, in how the new policy is received.
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meeting of minds;
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